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March 16, 2009

Telegraph: Sir Keith Mills has questions for Coutts

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Sir Keith, who is also leading the Team Origin America’s Cup challenge for Britain, plans to ask a number of questions about the issue at the forthcoming annual meeting of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), which owns Coutts.

From the Telegraph:

Sir Keith, who is also leading the Team Origin America’s Cup challenge for Britain, plans to ask a number of questions about the issue at the forthcoming annual meeting of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), which owns Coutts.

It emerged this weekend that he had hired Kroll, the corporate investigator, several weeks ago to assist him with his campaign, which has attracted more than 100 responses.

However, Kroll is understood to have subsequently resigned the mandate, claiming that its had a “client conflict” which prevented it from continuing to work for Sir Keith.

To read the full article, visit telegraph.co.uk
 

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